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1. Tell us about your pharmacy services.

Patients want to learn about your non-dispensing services, including disease management, screenings, and vaccines.

On, your services will be displayed on your Pharmacy Profile.


Pharmacy Services

Tell us about your pharmacy's non-dispensing services.
Several national and regional plans have asked us to identify pharmacies that are willing to do non-dispensing services. In 2018, you will be able to update your responses anytime through your Patient Engagement Center.

Does your Pharmacy perform (or willing to perform) immunizations? Please check all that apply.
Vaccination to prevent respiratory infection caused by the influenza virus.
Vaccination to prevent the Shingles virus.
Vaccination to prevent pneumonia. There are 2 pneumococcal vaccines: PCV13 & PPSV.
Vaccine series as defined by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) for travel to the selected traveler's destination(s).
Vaccination to prevent tetanus (lockjaw), diphtheria (bacterial disease causing inflammation in the throat), and pertussis (whooping cough). Tdap = tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis.
Vaccination to protect against three viral diseases measles, mumps, rubella.
Vaccine to protect against cancers caused by human papillomavirus.
Does your Pharmacy offer (or willing to offer) the following screenings?  Please check all that apply.
Demonstration of proper administration and technique.
Taking body measurements to assist in evaluating and monitoring the patient's health status. Height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, etc.
Monitoring patients blood pressure on a regular basis.
Patient screening/referral for depression.
Does your Pharmacy offer (or be willing to offer) specific disease management programs?  Please check all that apply.
Lifestyle, diet, and medication management for patients with diabetes
Cholesterol medication management.
Patient screening/referral for depression.
HIV+ medication management.
Warfarin dosing management for patients on anticoagulation therapy.
Kidney medication management.
Osteoarthritis medication management.
Hormone management program

Many of our pharmacy clients offer services outside dispensing medications. Does your pharmacy offer or be willing to provide these services?  Please check all that apply.

Pharmacy service to offer evaluation and fitting of shoes for certain patient populations.
For individuals who smoke and have a desire to quit
Nutrition programs focused on diet and lifestyle.
Pharmacy service to offer medication delivery to patients' home or work.
One on one consultation with the patient at a specific time.
Providing pharmacy services and patient care onsite
Using telemedicine to provide pharmacy services
Using telemedicine to provide pharmacy services
Consultation to determine which medicare option may be best for the patient
STEADI: stopping elderly accidents, deaths and injuries, (by medication review)
Behavioral, diet, and exercise modification to build muscle mass and promote fat loss for a healthier lifestyle
Pharmacist involvement in drug abuse recovery program.
Transitional care is the continuity of health care between different health care settings, such as hospital to home.
Compliance packaging is when medications are placed in single dose packaging. (Unit dose)
Med sync allows patients to pick up of all of their ongoing prescription refills on a single day each month and work with the pharmacist on sticking to their medication regimen.
Medication therapy management (MTM) is medical care provided by pharmacists whose aim is to optimize drug therapy and improve therapeutic outcomes for patients.

Does your pharmacy have a private area to offer services?


Does your pharmacy sell front end products? (band-aids, crutches, etc.)


Do you have any current active collaboration agreements?

If broken down into percentages, how much of your business is:


How do you currently market your pharmacy?

What is your website address? (If no website, leave blank)

What social media sites does your pharmacy have?

Thank you so much for taking the time to complete this information. 

2. Verify your Google My Business listing.

Keeping your information up-to-date on Google My Business (formerly Google Places) helps your customers find you. Your business name must be identical on all of your online properties, including your website and local listings.

On, the Pharmacy Search ranks pharmacies based on their average Google My Business rating.

  1. Open a web browser and go to
  2. Click on Start Now.
  3. Type in your business name or address and then click on the magnifying glass icon.
  4. Select your business’ name from the search results. (Note: If your business does not appear in the search results, click on This doesn’t match. You will be prompted to enter your business’ information.)
  5. Google will ask for authorization. Click on the checkbox that you are authorize to manage this business and then click on Continue.
  6. Google will prompt you to verify your account by sending you a code. Once verified, your business has been published!
3. Start earning Community Care badges.

PrescribeWellness develops communication technology and information technology that allows you to better serve your patients and run a more intelligent businesses.

On, your Pharmacy Profile indicates which badges you have earned. These badges demonstrate your commitment to engage with your patients.


Review your badges.